Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West Paperback – 10 Dec 1987
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"Original, remarkable and finally heartbreaking...Impossible to put down" (New York Times)
"Shattering, appalling, compelling" (Washington Post)
"An essential insight into modern America" (Daily Telegraph)
"Calculated to make the head pound, the heart ache and the blood boil" (The Times)
The shocking and compelling story about the original inhabitants of America and the first book to focus on their plight.See all Product description
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on 8 July 2017
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Fantastic book brings a tear to the eye, if it doesn't your not human.
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Excellent book, very hard hitting & true account of the native American's history with the white man.
A one sided view of the Indian-USA relationships but probably closer to the truth than many. Worth a read.
I bought this book years ago but never had the courage to start it. I knew what was coming. Or so I thought.Read more
A great read but so frustrating, white americans should hang their head in shame at the way the native american was treated, this was a pogrom by anyone's definition and a number...Read more
For once the blurb on a book cover absolutely matches the contents. This is indeed a "frank and heartbreaking depiction of the systematic annihilation of American Indian...Read more
I bought the first edition which I still treasure. It opened my eyes to US butchery. As a JFK fan, I never thought of the US as a bad place.Read more
This book is one of the most painful histories I've ever read. It is a detailed account of the systematic genocidal policy operated by the European [later named 'American']...Read more
This is an account of the American west (1860-90) as recorded by a native Indian.Very few books have ben written by locals as many have no English.Read more